Best Landfill | Dumpster | Joplin MO
Debris | Trash | Junk | Demolition | Remodeling | Construction | Tire Shredding
Jordan Disposal – in the trash business for over 100 years. We provide Construction and Demolition (C&D) Landfill, Roll-off Dumpsters, Commercial Trash Hauling and Tire Processing services for the Tri-State area.
Opening Hours – Monday-Friday 7 AM-5 PM, Saturday 7AM-1 PM
Our landfill is accessible to anyone – Haul it yourself, or order our Roll-off Dumpster service to collect. We take all construction and demolition waste from any Commercial, Residential or Private customers. We can also haul regular trash in our dumpsters.
The Galena Landfill is in a convenient location easy to access with any sized load / truck. We service the counties of Cherokee, Jasper, Barton, Newton, Crawford, Labette, Craig, Ottawa; Delaware. We are located in Galena, Kansas, just to the northwest of Joplin and service the entire Tri-State area. Right off Old Route 66.
- Safe and easy access for any vehicle, from a ½ ton truck/trailer to a 50ft end dump semi truck
- Assistance available with unloading, or frozen/stuck loads from our friendly and professionals staff onsite
- Fast turn around – don’t waste time driving further or taking more time to unload
- Long opening hours – Monday-Friday 7 AM-5 PM, Saturday 7AM-1 PM
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What Can & Can’t be Dumped in our Landfill
A Construction and Demolition (C&D) landfill receives construction and demolition debris, which typically consists of roadwork material, excavated material, demolition waste, construction/renovation waste, and site clearance waste. Construction and Demolition landfills do not receive hazardous waste or industrial solid waste, unless those landfills meet certain standards and are permitted to receive such wastes.
This is only a partial list of what is not allowed, please call or email if you have any questions.
Other Types of Permitted Construction & Demolition Materials Can Include
- Wood (from buildings)
- Asphalt (from roads and roofing shingles)
- Gypsum (the main component of drywall)
- Bricks, soil, and rocks
- Glass and fiberglass
- Plastics from construction site
- Salvaged building components (doors, windows, and plumbing fixtures)
- Tree stumps, earth and rock from clearing sites
- Mattress and box springs
- Furniture that has a structure of wood or metal